one-on-one 03/30/1997 (1997)

Telecast №72833, 1 part, duration: 0:25:41
Production: VID
Anchor:Aleksandr Lyubimov

Reel №1

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Guests of the program - Assistant to the President of Russia for relations with the Federal Assembly and parties Georgy Satarov and Deputy Vladimir Semago.

The topic of the conversation is the message of President Boris Yeltsin to the Federal Assembly.

Discussion of the concept of the annual presidential addresses.

Conflict between the decisions of the President and the government.

Profile of G. A. Satarov.

Profile of the Director of the Institute of Modern Politics A. G. Mekhanik.

Discussion on the meaning of the privatization of housing and communal services.

Ways to restore order in the government.

Profile of O. T. Vite.

Oleg Vite on the need to improve the economic efficiency of state activities.

Discussion about the defects of the existing socio-economic system.

Profile of V. V. Semago.

Search for ways to restore order in the country.

The problem of the distribution of finance in the field.

Profile of S. M. Markov.

Professor Sergey Markov on the essence of the presidential address and the impossibility of its implementation.

A dispute over corruption in the ranks of the government.

V. V. Semago suggests combining the efforts of the government and the State Duma to solve the problems.


Satarov G.A. - Russian public figure, analyst, publicist, political scientist, sociologist, president of the Informatica for Democracy (INDEM) Foundation for Applied and Political Studies. Semago V.V. - Russian politician, businessman. Mechanic AG - Russian political scientist, publicist, candidate of technical sciences. Vite O.T. - Russian public figure, leading expert of the Agency for Political Planning and the National Laboratory for Foreign Policy, consultant of the Center for Economic Reforms under the Government of the Russian Federation (1993-2000). Markov S.M. - Russian public-political figure, candidate of political sciences, professor, director of the Institute for Political Studies (IPI).

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